If you haven’t yet hopped onto the no-cook backpacking meal wagon, this may be your year! Discovering that you can go a whole trip on satisfying, nutritious food without even packing a stove can be quite liberating.
If you’ve ever considered cold soaking or had a bad experience cold soaking, this guide is for you!
Learn how to add a boost of flavor to your backpacking meals by dehydrating or freeze-drying strawberries. Also, enjoy our easy-to-prepare Granola with Milk & Berries recipe.
Do you have a high-altitude trip planned soon? Maybe you live at a lower elevation but are going backpacking, skiing, or rock climbing at higher elevations. There are a few things to know to make your trip more enjoyable.
We’ve gone through the grocery store aisle-by-aisle to give you some backpacking food ideas to take with you on your next hiking adventure.
It’s crunch time for the Foodie! T-minus 37 days until go time. In this post, I share quick tips for speeding up the meal prep process.
Are you new to making homemade meals, or do you find preparing meals too time-consuming? For many reasons, Backcountry Foodie’s Garlic Parmesan Ramen ultralight backpacking recipe is a Foodie fan favorite.
Dehydrating tofu is an easy way to boost the flavor and protein of your backpacking meals. Enjoy our Veggie Pho Noodle Soup recipe, too.
Backcountry Foodie’s ultralight Brownie Batter Hummus backpacking dessert recipe is absolutely divine and, believe it or not, a healthy snack option! We would compare the hummus to a delicious bowl of brownie batter. Dehydrated hummus is an excellent cold soak mid-day treat or dessert after a long day in the backcountry.
Hiking diets can be deficient in vitamins and minerals putting hikers at risk for deficiencies. Learn which foods help prevent this.